1. India expelled Canadian diplomat, Just hours after Trudeau’s major controversy, India expelled Canada’s top diplomat


India expelled Canadian diplomat after allegations of possible links between the Indian government, Khalistani terrorists, and the assassination of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, Canada took the step of expelling an Indian diplomat just a few hours later on Tuesday. They ousted diplomat Oliver Sylvester.

India expelled Canada's top diplomat

India expelled Canadian diplomat

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) approached Canadian High Commissioner Cameron MacKay to convey information about India’s decision to expel the Canadian diplomat in response to the actions taken by Canada.

This move comes amid escalating tensions and suspicions regarding the tragic event involving Hardeep Singh Nijjar and potential connections involving Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the Indian government, and Khalistani terrorism.

The Indian Ministry of External Affairs stated in a press release, “This decision reflects the growing concern of the Indian government regarding the interference by Canadian diplomats in our internal matters and their participation in anti-India activities.”

The senior diplomat has been instructed to leave India within the next five days.

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India expelled Canadian diplomat

India expelled Canadian diplomat

3. Read important point that India ask to Canadian diplomat, after India expelled Canadian diplomat .

a) The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau informed the nation’s parliament on Tuesday that “Canadian security agencies are actively pursuing credible allegations of links between Indian government agents,” which is a significant step. and Canadian citizen Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who was killed.”

b) Following Trudeau’s allegations, Canada expelled a senior Indian diplomat. Canadian Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly announced that Pavan Kumar Ray, the head of Indian Intelligence Bureau in Canada, has been expelled.

c) In a swift response, India also expelled senior Canadian diplomat Oliver Sylvester just hours later. The Indian Foreign Ministry approached the Canadian High Commissioner in India today and conveyed the decision to expel a diplomat stationed in India.

d) The Indian administration has strongly defended India’s commitment to the rule of law and denied Canada’s accusations, calling Trudeau’s remarks “baseless and motivated. In a statement, the Ministry of External Affairs declared that “Canada’s involvement in any action of violence is unwarranted and unfounded.”

e) India has also accused Canada of sheltering Khalistani terrorists who pose a threat to India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. The central government has expressed “long-standing and continued concern” about Canada’s inaction in dealing with Khalistani terrorists.

f) In response to the situation, the United States has expressed deep concern over Trudeau’s allegations. In a statement from the White House, it was also emphasized that it is crucial for Canada to investigate further and bring the perpetrators to justice.

g) In light of the new developments in India and Canada, enhanced security measures have been put in place outside the Canadian High Commission in New Delhi. Large contingents of the CRPF and Delhi Police personnel have been deployed.

h) Hardeep Singh Nijjar was the head of the Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF), a banned organization in India. He was wanted in several cases, including a 2007 explosion in Ludhiana, Punjab, which resulted in the death of six people and injuries to 42 others. India had repeatedly sought his extradition. In 2020, India designated Nijjar as a proclaimed offender.

i) On June 18, in British Columbia, Canada, unknown assailants outside a gurdwara shot and killed Hardeep Singh Nijjar. According to the Canadian police, 45-year-old Hardeep Singh Nijjar was found with multiple gunshot wounds, and he was pronounced dead at the scene after the shooting. The incident took place outside the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara.

Canada expelled Indian  diplomat

India expelled Canadian diplomat

4. After Trudeau accused India of being responsible for the murder of a Sikh, India expelled the Canadian diplomat, raising tensions.

We are doing it. We are not trying to provoke or escalate. We are simply presenting the facts as we understand them and want to work with the Indian government to ensure transparency and proper procedures.

Trudeau said on Monday that his government is investigating allegations that India was involved in the killing of 45-year-old Neijjar, a Nigerian, who was shot dead in June in British Columbia. Canada later expelled an Indian diplomat on Monday.

India expelled Canadian diplomat

The extradition dispute has increased tensions between Canada and India. During the G20 summit in New Delhi, Trudeau had a heated exchange with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Canada subsequently canceled a trade mission to India that had been planned.

The establishment of a Sikh homeland, known as Khalistan, has been a longstanding goal of the Indian government since the 1980s when a Sikh insurgency emerged, lasting for over a decade. It was suppressed through an operation in which thousands, including prominent Sikh leaders, were killed.

Neijjar, a Canadian citizen, was wanted by Indian authorities, who had accused him of having links to terrorism for years and had offered a cash reward for information leading to his arrest. Neijjar denied the allegations and at the time of his killing was working with a group called Sikh for Justice to organize an unofficial Sikh referendum for freedom from India.

Lawyer and spokesperson for Sikh for Justice, Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, has stated that Neijjar had been warned by Canadian intelligence officers of being a target for assassination by “rented soldiers” before he was shot.

5. Neijjar’s son, Barj Singh Neijjar, said :-

Neijjar’s son, Barj Singh Neijjar, said on Tuesday that his family and the Sikh community feel relieved by Canada’s actions.

He said, “From the very first day, we had the belief and knowledge that if anything happened to him, the Indian government would be involved. The truth will eventually come out, it’s only a question of time. It’s really a case of serious foreign interference.”

6. Trudeau informed Parliament

On Monday, Trudeau informed Parliament that Canadian security agencies were investigating “credible allegations of a relationship between agents of the Indian government and the murder of a Canadian citizen.”

Trudeau informed Parliament

India expelled Canadian diplomat

He declared with unwavering resolve, “The intrusion of any foreign government into the assassination of a Canadian citizen within our Canadian territory represents an insufferable encroachment on our sovereignty.”

India’s Ministry of External Affairs dismissed the allegation as “baseless” and accused Canada of sheltering “terrorists and extremists” who pose a threat to India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

In a statement on Tuesday, it was stated, “Such baseless allegations attempt to divert attention from the activities of Khalistani terrorists and extremists, who are protected in Canada and endanger the sovereignty and territorial integrity of India.”

India has long demanded that Canada take action against Sikh separatist movements, which are banned in India but find support in countries like Canada and the United Kingdom, where there are significant Sikh diaspora populations. Canada has a Sikh population of over 770,000, constituting around 2% of its population.

In March, under Modi’s government, New Delhi summoned Canada’s high commissioner to complain about Trudeau’s comments on protests by Sikh separatists in Canada. In 2020, India’s Ministry of External Affairs also sought an explanation from Canada’s top diplomat for Trudeau’s comments on protests related to an agriculture bill in the state of Punjab, which has a significant Sikh population.

Critics have accused Modi’s Hindu nationalist government of suppressing dissent through draconian laws and other legal tools. Several critics, including intellectuals, activists, filmmakers, students, and journalists, have been arrested under his administration, leading opponents to characterize it as a culture of intimidation.

7. What was done during the G20 summit ?

During the G20 summit earlier this year, Trudeau told Parliament that he raised the issue of Neijjar’s killing with Modi in New Delhi. He said he told Modi that any involvement by the Indian government would be unacceptable and requested cooperation in the investigation.

India expelled Canadian diplomat

During the G20 summit earlier this year

The statement called for cooperation with India from Canada and raised concerns about the impact of Sikh separatism on the Indian diaspora in Canada and India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. In India, there has been a history of violence involving Sikh separatist groups seeking an independent Sikh state, Khalistan, which has been banned by the Indian government.”

India take strong stance after expelled indian diplomat than India expelled Canadian diplomat

While staying in New Delhi for the G20 summit, Trudeau skipped the official state dinner hosted by the Indian President, and according to local media reports, when he was offered a quick “separate meeting” instead of a bilateral meeting, Modi reportedly snubbed him.

Things took a turn for the worse as Trudeau found himself stranded in India for 36 hours due to a technical glitch with his plane after the conclusion of the summit. An India Today headline last week read, “Trudeau’s tense India trip comes to an end.”

In India, some analysts questioned whether Canada had any evidence linking India to Nijjar’s murder and whether Trudeau was attempting to rally support among Canada’s Sikh diaspora.

The G7 countries’ accusations against India are unprecedented. The Canadian government has deliberately made a spectacle of its domestic electoral constituency among Sikh diaspora,” said K.C. Singh, a former Indian diplomat and strategic affairs expert.

8.British government stated after death of kanda

The British government stated on Tuesday that it had no plans to re-examine the death of Kanda, a Sikh activist based in the UK, in light of Canada’s claims that India may be involved.

Khalistan terrorist movement

India expelled Canadian diplomat

Avtar Singh Khanda, who played a prominent role in the pro-Khalistan movement for an independent Sikh homeland, died in June after falling ill in Birmingham. He was allegedly poisoned, but Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s spokesperson stated that there was no suspicion of foul play pending the ongoing investigation.

The Trudeau government’s allegations are peculiar for Britain, a close ally of Canada in the “Five Eyes” intelligence-sharing alliance, but one that is also seeking a free trade deal with India.

“These are serious allegations. Canadian authorities should be careful in making comments while an investigation is ongoing,” said Blen, adding that commenting further would be inappropriate while the investigation is underway.

In 1984, the Indian army launched an operation to remove Sikh separatists holed up in the Golden Temple in Amritsar, where they had sought shelter. Official figures indicate that around 400 people were killed in the controversial operation, though Sikh groups claim the number was much higher.

Following the order to raid issued by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, her two bodyguards, who were Sikhs, assassinated her. Her death sparked a series of anti-Sikh riots, with Hindu mobs rampaging through North India, dragging Sikhs from their homes, killing many, and burning others alive.

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